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A wave of revolt has swept France with unions, students and the left uniting, reports Charlie Kimber
Unison union members working for Kirklees council’s refuse collection service appear to have won a significant victory in their long battle against alleged management bullying and racism.
Prospect union reps at BT met last week to discuss their response to major job cuts.
Hundreds of people joined the With Banners Held High festival last Sunday in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Those taking part included Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell, TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady and Jon Trickett MP.
Venezuela’s left wing president Nicolas Maduro was re-elected with 67.7 percent of the vote on Sunday.
One of Britain’s biggest providers of care homes is up for sale—exposing the problems with privatisation, says Sarah Bates
The UCU union has achieved a union recognition agreement with Coventry University Group (CUG) following a protest.
A new political crisis was looming this week for Spanish Tory prime minster Mariano Rajoy over Catalonia and a crucial budget vote.
The NEU union has called off a planned three-day strike at Acton High school in Ealing, west London.
Why is Donald Trump destabilising the Middle East? For that’s what he’s doing by moving the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and withdrawing from the nuclear deal with Iran.
Workers at London Luton airport are preparing to deliver a devastating blow to bosses in their fight against poverty pay and poor conditions.
Another huge, lively and determined picket line assembled at the main entrance of Hull College on Thursday of last week.
Workers at two London colleges struck on Tuesday as part of a rolling programme of walkouts over pay.
Gambling bosses are furious at new restrictions aimed at tackling the “crack cocaine” of gambling machines.
At least 400 extra British troops could soon be sent to Afghanistan.
With only 50 days to go until the bigot-in-chief arrives, we must plan protests, writes Alistair Farrow
The fight to stop outsourcing in Wigan, Wrightington and Leigh (WWL) NHS Trust is gaining momentum.
Sinead is one of tens of thousands of women who have been forced to leave Ireland to access abortion services.